I get a lot of questions about making money online. Often, people will ask me about specific products. “Will this product allow me to make money?” I say no. “How about this one?” I say, “I reviewed that, and it’s not a good product.” “Is this one any better? I need to make money!”
Questions like these are common, but they’re also the wrong questions. A lot of people see ads for products in the make money niche that claim they’ll make it easy for you to earn $100, $500 or even $1000 per day. Often they’re sold with claims of “push-button ease,” “autopilot profits,” or “make money while you sleep.” Some of these products are actually capable of helping you make money, but if you’re new, you’re destined to fail, even with the good ones. Why?
Note: I am reviewing this product at the request of the creator.
It can be difficult learning how to make money online. Not because the process is necessarily hard, as the basics of affiliate marketing are relatively simple. But putting everything together to make it work – finding a niche, picking a product, building a Website, and getting traffic to it – is complicated. There’s a lot to know before you can start making money.
Longtime Internet marketer John Crestani has attempted to simplify things by creating a training program called Internet Jetset. There, he’ll show you everything you need to know to get started learning how to make money online, and John says he earns six figures every month, so he should know.
Is Internet Jetset all it’s cracked up to be? Can you really learn everything you need to know in one training program?
I’ve written a lot about sites that promise to pay you a lot of money if you’ll just send other people to the site to join. Sites likeDollars Plug or Dollars in Job all work the same way. They offer to pay you some modest sum of money for every person whom you refer to their site. It’s usually $10 or so, but then again, it’s not a lot of work to post a link to your Facebook page, so a lot of people do it.
Bitcoin 4 Job is promising a lot more, however. They’re promising to pay you one Bitcoin for every person whom you refer to the site. That’s a whole lot more money than $10, and you still just have to get other people to sign up using your “special link.” As a single Bitcoin is currently worth $4000 and the site says many users are getting 10 Bitcoin per day, I had to check this one out.
So, is Bitcoin 4 Job a scam, or can you really earn $40,000 per day this way? Read on for the full Bitcoin 4 Job review.
In Internet marketing, the advice you usually get from people is to find a niche and stick with it. That’s generally good advice; by working in a single niche, you’ll become an expert at it, and people tend to look for experts. Eventually, you’ll find your audience.
How you go about that, however, is vitally important, and it’s critical that everything you do be diversified. That specifically means how you go about promoting your site and how you monetize it. It’s OK to stick with one thing in terms of what you’re doing, but you definitely want to be as diverse as possible when it comes to how you go about doing it.
Why do I bring this up? Because I went to log in to my Facebook account yesterday and couldn’t log in. I got a message that said that my account had been disable due to an unspecified violation of the site’s terms of service. They wouldn’t even tell me why my account had been disabled, or what, if anything, I had done to bring this ban about. In order to get anywhere, I was going to have to prove my identity to Facebook by sending them scans of multiple forms of identification.
Their first reply was to tell me that the scan of my driver license that I had sent them was not sufficient proof of my identity.
Few things in life are certain, but there’s one thing that is pretty much guaranteed – if someone builds a Website that promises people that they’ll make a lot of money without having to do any work, people will flock to it. That’s exactly what’s happening with Dollars Plug, a new site that promises that you can earn $1500 per week by performing simple “jobs.”
There’s not much about it on the Website itself, so you’ll have to register to find out what the “job” is that you’ll be doing. Since it’s free to sign up, I went ahead and did it and in this Dollars Plug review, I’ll let you know what’s going on. Is Dollars Plug a scam? Read on for the full Dollars Plug review.
Earning five figures per month is a common promise in the Internet marketing world. I see offers for products that say you can earn that kind of money all the time. The problem is that most of those offers are for products that don’t work, and it just isn’t possible to earn that kind of money.
There is one area of Internet marketing, however, where earning $10,000 or $20,000 is possible and lots of people are doing it. That’s through selling products through Amazon using their FBA (Fulfillment by Amazon) program. That method works, but it’s really hard to learn how to do it.
Jon has relaunched the book as How to Crush It on Azon 2.0 (or How to Crush It On Amazon 2.0) and this time, he’s offering some additional training that will make it much easier for anyone to learn how to make money using this fascinating method.
Everyone wants to make money, and these days, the ticket to making money is to do it online. If you can make social media work for you, then that’s even better because a great idea (or a bad one, alas) can “go viral’ and explode overnight.
That’s sort of what they’re promising at Dollars in Job. They say you can earn money just by sharing a link on social media, and if you do that, you can earn $5000 per month or more. The “job” you have to do is a really easy one, and they even give you a $25 bonus to start. That sounded interesting, so I thought I’d take a look.
Is Dollars in Job a scam, or can you really make money with it? Read on for the full Dollars in Job review.
I don’t know about you, but I, like most people, regard $1225 per week or $7000 per month as a fair amount of money. That’s especially true if you were only working about 10 minutes per day to earn that money. That’s how much time it will spend to increase your account balance at News Person, and the site says you can easily earn those amounts by doing relatively little work.
The work, they say, involves reading news articles, and that sounds easy, so I thought I’d take a closer look and see what’s going on at the site. Can you really make $1225 per week reading news articles, or is News Person a scam?
According to the Duty Kid Website, many of their members are earning $300 per day and upwards of $5000 per month. I’ve also seen that posted around the Web, so a lot of people must think that there’s money to be made with this site.
On the other hand, there’s little information on the home page itself, aside from a stretched and out-of-proportion photo of a young woman and the phrase, “Start Earning from Home Today!” OK, so what is Duty Kid all about? I decided to sign up and see what’s going on there.
Can you really make $5000 per month with Duty Kid? Doing what? Is Duty Kid a scam?
How does $1500 per week sound? How does earning $1500 per week without doing much work sound? Even better? That’s what Poke Lazy is promising, and they’re saying you can make easy money and join their site for free.
There’s no shortage of people who are interested in making money without doing much work, and people all over social media are saying that they’re making fat bank with Poke Lazy, so I thought I’d take a closer look and see what the site is all about. Is Poke Lazy a scam, or can you really make money with it?
How would you like to earn $1500 per week for doing almost no work? That’s what My Pay Pot claims you can earn at their site. Not only that, but you get $25 added to your account just for signing up. What’s it all about? The site claims that they’re basically paying you to advertise and that they’ll make money from the people you send to the site.
Sounds interesting, so I thought I’d have a look and see what My Pay Pot is about. Is My Pay Pot a scam, or can you really make money with it? Read on for the full My Pay Pot review.